A combo image shows Tejpal Singh climbing the mobile tower. photo/Twitter
Gulf Today Report
In a bizarre incident in Uttar Pradesh, a man climbed on top a mobile tower following a fight with his wife in Pakwara area.
The fight got so dramatic that prompted the man to take the step to climb the tower in Moradabad.
The man has been identified as Tejpal Singh.
Indian news agency Asian News International (ANI) shared photos on its Twitter showing Tejpal angrily climbing the structure.
Tejpal said, "I am fed up with my wife. She is trying to frame me in false cases but police are not listening to me. I want to get rid of this relationship."
As soon as news of the incident reached Twitter,
Netizens shared their views on the incident.
Abhishek said, “Can someone climb my area tower and adjust the antenna because company is not doing anything about my poor network complaint.”
Pk Pramod said, “He might have trying to cut his Wife's mobile network by climbing top of mobile tower…”
Yusuf said, “That's why we need a Men’s commission.”
Some users were trying to politicised the incident.
Col Rana(R) said, “The wife must be from BJP & the husband from the opposition party.
BJP workers just love framing people!”
Calmwinds said, “Congress ppl as usual finding politics in an unrelated news, no wonder why ppl have rejected them.”
However, the police calmed him and after persuasions the man agreed to come down.
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